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I focus stories on college students who are at a crossroads, particularly those on the first rung into higher education. Many of those students are trying to overcome academic and other challenges because they believe college will be the path to a better life. How do the people around them -- in their personal lives and at the institutions they attend -- help or hinder their success?
Stories by Adolfo Guzman-Lopez
CSU officials hope the hiring of up to 700 more full-time faculty members for the coming academic year will help students graduate more quickly.
Lawsuit alleges schools in Los Angeles, Compton assign students to “service classes” where they make copies or help school staff instead of learning.
California law now bans schools from charging for sports teams, high school graduation, summer school. Parents are still asked to contribute — but differently.
Isidro Medrano Garcia was charged Thursday with five felony counts after being arrested on suspicion of kidnapping a 15-year-old girl a decade ago and sexually assaulting her for years.
A woman who was 15 when she disappeared 10 years ago from her California home has contacted police and says she was held against her will for years.
California's massive English Learner services involves testing, monitoring student learning, and teacher professional development.
The Justice Department is looking into whether officials are providing proper services to 1.4 million students in California, according to court records.
The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair shows off mind-blowing teenage experiments. Officials said kids aren't learning this stuff in class.
UC Irvine's medical school announced it'll start using 40 Google Glass devices this year in everything from anatomy classes to teaching surgical techniques.
Among the added spending in the "May revise" is nearly $30 million to improve computer networks at Califoria schools for standardized testing.
Inglewood Unified's state-appointed trustee said he has no choice but to make cuts to fix the district's finances. Opponents says he's hurting schools.
One out of four public school students in the state is an English learner. New study shows those put in regular classes by 5th grade have better graduation rates.
They're among seven California districts asking for a longer exemption to penalties under No Child Left Behind. No other California districts are exempt.
Officials said public schools are increasingly focusing on dropout data, and that's pushing teachers and principals to find ways to improve graduation rates.
The Center for Advanced Genocide Research will host an inaugural conference in November focusing on the film Schindler's List.